Will Tatum
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War, Society, and Culture in Britain c.1688-1830 Conference at University of Leeds

July 4, 2013 to July 5, 2013
A two-day conference at the University of Leeds, 4 and 5 July 2013, examining all aspects of the interaction between war and Britons in the long eighteenth century.The conference aims to foster an interdisciplinary approach to the multiple aspects of the interaction between war and Britons. The conference includes papers on all aspects of the relationships between warfare, the armed forces (both the army and the navy), society, and culture in the British Isles during the long eighteenth…See More
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Say a bit about your role, I'm a..
academic
Affiliation
Office of the Dutchess County Historian
What interests do you have in the period?
Dedicated to studying the institutional history of the British Army and the experience of redcoats during the eighteenth century.
Link to your website
http://dutchessny.gov
How did you find out about this project?
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My Submission for the 2011 Soldiers and Soldiering Conference

“To make a Proper Submission:” Enlisted Men and Military Justice in the eighteenth-century British Army

 

William P. Tatum III

Sol Feinstone Scholar and Historian

David Library of the American Revolution

 

 

            Historians have long portrayed enlisted men as the hapless victims of “a cruel and capricious court system that could hand out sentences…

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